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Fatige (Gum & Ginoli Remix)

by Grace Barbe

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Afrotropik Records is excited to release Grace Barbe’s Fatige, remixed by GUM & Ginoli.
The award-winning Grace Barbe has teamed up with fellow Western Australian legends GUM & Ginoli
(Tame Impala/POND) to bring you a BANGING remix of the hit Fatige from the Welele! album.
GUM & Ginoli have cooked up a massive, synth-laden, Afro-House banger that’s sure to be rocking clubs
and festivals all summer!
Grace says: “I’ve always been a big fan of the Tame Impala/POND axis of bands, and being a Freo girl,
very proud of their massive success. After bumping in to the guys so many times over the years at gigs
and festivals we decided it was time for collaboration, and I couldn’t be happier with the result!”

lyrics

Fatigé (Tired- Island Gossip)
Koze, koze, blage, blage menm
(Talk talk, keep on talking)
Donn nouvel menm mon ser, koze menm mon ser
(Keep gossiping sista, keep your talk talk sista)

Ou pa fatigé, aret koze koumsa
(Are you not tired of gossiping like that?)
Nenk ou koze menm, kwa nouvel I lo la
(You keep giving and spreading, is the gossip so juicy?)
Ou pa le sanze, ou pa aret zaksyon
(You don’t want to change, you don’t want to stop eavesdropping)
Pa en bon zafer, mon dir ou pa fatige
(This is nott good, I ask you again, are you not tired of your goss goss?)
Fatigé, fatigé, fatigé
(Tired, tired, tired)

Ou pa fatigé, aret blage koumsa
(Are you not tired of gossiping like that?)
Nenk ou blage menm, kwa nouvel I tro bon
(You keep your mouth running, what? The goss must be so juicy)
Ou zwe pa tande, ou pa aret zaksyon
(You pretend not to hear, you can’t stop eavesdropping)
Sey sanz ou manyer, mon dir ou pa fatige
(Try and change your ways, , I ask you again, are you not tired of your goss goss?)
Fatigé, fatigé, fatigé

(Tired, tired, tired)

Chorus
Ou pa fatigé, silvouple sanz ou fason
(Are you not tired, please change your wicked ways)
Si ou kontinyen, sa lavi wa regrete (rpt)
(If you continue like this, you will live to regret)
Fatigé, fatigé, fatigé
(Tired, tired, tired)

Ou pa fatigé, aret kankan koumsa
(Are you not tired being so wicked like that?)
Nenk ou donnen menm, kwa nouvel I lo la
(You keep making up stories, stories must be juicy)
Ou anbarase, ou pa onte koumsa
(You’re an embarrassment to the community, are you not ashamed?)
Sa mantalite, mon dir ou pa fatige
(Change your mentality, haven’t you had enough of this goss goss?)
Fatigé, fatigé, fatigé
(Tired, tired, tired)

Chorus
Ou pa fatigé, silvouple sanz ou fason
(Are you not tired, please change your wicked ways
Si ou kontinyen, sa lavi wa regrete (rpt)
(If you continue like this, you will live to regret
Fatigé, fatigé, fatigé
(Tired, tired, tired)

Bridge
Manmay fodre sanze, sanz ou mantalite
(People we need to change, change that mentality)
Manmay partou kot ou ale ou vey zaksyon
(People, wherever you go, you keep eavesdropping)
Sa en bon malediksyon
(This must be some sort of curse)
Manmay fodre sanze, sanz ou mantalite
(People we need to change, change that mentality)
Manmay partou kot ou ale ou vey zaksyon
(People, wherever you go, you keep eavesdropping)
Sa en bon malediksyon
(This must be some sort of curse)
Manmay fodre serye, al legliz al konfese
(People, let’s be serious, go to church and confess your sins)
Manmay partou kot ou ale ou vey zaksyon
(People, wherever you go, you keep eavesdropping)
Sa en bon malediksyon
(This must be some sort of curse)

Fatigé, fatigé, fatigé, fatigé (rpt)
(Tired, tired, tired, tired)

credits

released October 28, 2022
Original Vocal recorded by Dan Carrol
Remix by Gum & Ginoli
Mastered by William Bowden

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Grace Barbe Fremantle, Australia

With roots in the tiny Indian Ocean nation of Seychelles, home to a unique culture that fuses Africa, Europe and Asia, Grace BarbÈ (pronounced Bar-bay) is a singer, songwriter and musician whose music, like her mixed heritage, reflects and celebrates the diverse influences of her Creole culture. ... more

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